Autism: Common Signs of Autism in Adults

Posted On March 8, 2019 in

Autism: Common Signs of Autism in Adults Autism affects people of all ages. Just because you weren’t diagnosed as a child doesn’t mean it’s not possible that you’re on the autism spectrum. There are many adults who discover they’re on the spectrum long after graduating college and starting their careers. But how do you know… Read More

Toileting Issues in Children – When Is a Professional Evaluation Necessary?

Posted On February 25, 2019 in

Toileting Issues in Children – When Is a Professional Evaluation Necessary? Toileting issues can be a difficult challenge to address. A child who is still learning how to communicate effectively may have trouble expressing their fear or confusion. Often, they experience shame in knowing that they have done something wrong to displease their parent or… Read More

Common Reasons for Neuropsychological Testing

Posted On February 25, 2019 in

Common Reasons for Neuropsychological Testing Society tells us that we should progress and grow in certain ways at certain times. But for some children, that growth can follow a different timeline than their peers’. Identifying what your child or toddler is coping with can make it easier for them to keep up socially and academically…. Read More

How to Support a Child with Autism on Valentine’s Day

Posted On February 13, 2019 in

How to Support a Child with Autism on Valentine’s Day For adults, the idea of Valentine’s Day conjures images of romance, affection, and love. But for a child with autism, Valentine’s Day can be a much different experience. Many parents become concerned around holidays because they’re worried about how their autistic child will react to… Read More

Can Autism Be Misdiagnosed as ADHD?

Posted On February 5, 2019 in

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) seems like it’s always on the rise. More doctors are diagnosing children as having this disorder every day. But does that mean they’re always accurate? No. Believe it or not, ADHD as diagnosed by therapists, doctors, and psychologists is not always accurate. In fact, it’s extremely common for individuals with… Read More